Starsky and Hutch (1975 — 1979)

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TitleStarsky and Hutch
Year1975 — 1979
CountryUSA
GenreAction (TV Shows)
CollectionPolice
Run Time50 min
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The series’ protagonists were two Southern California police detectives: David Michael Starsky, the dark-haired, Brooklyn transplant and U.S. Army veteran, with a street-wise manner and intense, sometimes childlike moodiness; and Kenneth Richard “Hutch” Hutchinson, the divorced, blond, Duluth, Minnesota, native with a more reserved and intellectual approach. Under the radio call sign “Zebra Three”, they were known for usually tearing around the streets of fictional Bay City, California. Much of the series was shot on location in the Los Angeles beach community of San Pedro. The building that was used as the Metropolitan Division police headquarters is now San Pedro’s City Hall.

The characters and even some plot points were based on real-life New York City detectives, Lou Telano and John Sepe, who gained notoriety and commendations for their unconventional but effective undercover police work. The show’s production team spent considerable time with the two detectives during their daily routines. Lou Telano and John Sepe later sued Aaron Spelling’s production company and settled out of court for $10,000 each.

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Cast:

David Soul David Soul
Det. Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson (1-4)
Paul Michael Glaser Paul Michael Glaser
Det. Dave Starsky (1-4)
Antonio Fargas Antonio Fargas
Huggy Bear (1-4)
Bernie Hamilton Bernie Hamilton
Capt. Harold Dobey (1-4)

The series’ protagonists were two Southern California police detectives: David Michael Starsky, the dark-haired, Brooklyn transplant and U.S. Army veteran, with a street-wise manner and intense, sometimes childlike moodiness; and Kenneth Richard “Hutch” Hutchinson, the divorced, blond, Duluth, Minnesota, native with a more reserved and intellectual approach. Under the radio call sign “Zebra Three”, they were known for usually tearing around the streets of fictional Bay City, California. Much of the series was shot on location in the Los Angeles beach community of San Pedro. The building that was used as the Metropolitan Division police headquarters is now San Pedro’s City Hall.

The characters and even some plot points were based on real-life New York City detectives, Lou Telano and John Sepe, who gained notoriety and commendations for their unconventional but effective undercover police work. The show’s production team spent considerable time with the two detectives during their daily routines. Lou Telano and John Sepe later sued Aaron Spelling’s production company and settled out of court for $10,000 each.

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